Franklin Electric

Franklin Electric

Employees:
5,200
Market Cap:
$2.05 billion
Revenue:
$949.93 million
5 Year Trend:
2.9%
Net Income:
$81.77 million
NASDAQ:
FELE

Franklin Electric (NASDAQ:FELE) is a manufacturer of submersible pumps, fueling systems and other applications such as submersible electric motors and center pivot irrigation systems. Founded in 1944 in Bluffton, Indiana, the company moved its corporate headquarters to nearby Fort Wayne, Indiana in summer 2013. Wikipedia

Franklin Electric

Franklin Electric (NASDAQ:FELE) is a manufacturer of submersible pumps, fueling systems and other applications such as submersible electric motors and center pivot irrigation systems. Founded in 1944 in Bluffton, Indiana, the company moved its corporate headquarters to nearby Fort Wayne, Indiana in summer 2013. Wikipedia

Employees:
5,200
Market Cap:
$2.05 billion
Revenue:
$949.93 million
5 Year Trend:
2.9%
Net Income:
$81.77 million
NASDAQ:
FELE
  • Oct 31 at 4:05 PM
    When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam, may luck be yours this Halloween. *Photo taken and actual pumpkin carved by Alex Tsiguloff, Franklin Electric Graphic Designer
  • Oct 18 at 4:05 PM
    Success Story from the Field: I love it when I pull out an old motor like this from the 70s or 80s! Pulled this one out a couple of weeks ago from 1980. It provided water for a residential application that also utilized some landscape irrigation. The pump was set at 110 feet and was still running like a top when it was pulled. This quality and industry reputation over the years is why Franklin Electric is my #1 pick for any job. --- Matt Henderson, Henderson Drilling Inc. in Casper, Wyoming
  • Oct 12 at 4:05 PM
    Success Story from the Field: To get 31 years out of a pump is awesome! Recently, our driller pulled this pump and motor. It was the original that I had installed for my house and family when it was built back in 1986. Between last summers drought and little rain this year, the water table dropped significantly. The pump ran dry, was sucking air, and burned up. We were so impressed that we had a Franklin pump and motor installed again this time. Our driller, Jay Payton Well Drilling, recommended installing a Pumptec protective device on the system this time, which will shut it down before it burns up in the case of a water table drop or power surge in the future. We have been very pleased. Thank you for a great product. --- Vincent P. Monticello Sr., Homeowner in Ithaca, New York
  • Oct 5 at 4:05 PM
    Success Story from the Field: Here is one reason we are exclusive to Franklin Electric. I recently pulled this 1973, hp motor from a flowing well that was set 40 feet deep. It was mainly used in a residential application, however, for part of its life it also supplied a small farm. So, chances are its gotten a little more use than your typical residential motor. The motor was still operating just fine, however the wet end was bad. My dad started the company 19 years ago using Franklin motors, and weve been completely exclusive to Franklin for pumps and motors for the past 3. Theyre the best, and they have an amazing service and support team. From my distributor, to the Franklin Territory Manager, and even the Field Service Engineer in the rare cases I have questions or challenges, they are always willing to help me out. Its nice to have a partner like Franklin. - Adam Meihls, Dan Meihls Well Drilling in Sterling, Michigan #OurCraftsmanshipYourCraft

Oct 31, 4:05 PM

When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam, may luck be yours this Halloween. *Photo taken and actual pumpkin carved by Alex Tsiguloff, Franklin Electric Graphic Designer

Oct 18, 4:05 PM

Success Story from the Field: I love it when I pull out an old motor like this from the 70s or 80s! Pulled this one out a couple of weeks ago from 1980. It provided water for a residential application that also utilized some landscape irrigation. The pump was set at 110 feet and was still running like a top when it was pulled. This quality and industry reputation over the years is why Franklin Electric is my #1 pick for any job. --- Matt Henderson, Henderson Drilling Inc. in Casper, Wyoming

Oct 12, 4:05 PM

Success Story from the Field: To get 31 years out of a pump is awesome! Recently, our driller pulled this pump and motor. It was the original that I had installed for my house and family when it was built back in 1986. Between last summers drought and little rain this year, the water table dropped significantly. The pump ran dry, was sucking air, and burned up. We were so impressed that we had a Franklin pump and motor installed again this time. Our driller, Jay Payton Well Drilling, recommended installing a Pumptec protective device on the system this time, which will shut it down before it burns up in the case of a water table drop or power surge in the future. We have been very pleased. Thank you for a great product. --- Vincent P. Monticello Sr., Homeowner in Ithaca, New York

Oct 5, 4:05 PM

Success Story from the Field: Here is one reason we are exclusive to Franklin Electric. I recently pulled this 1973, hp motor from a flowing well that was set 40 feet deep. It was mainly used in a residential application, however, for part of its life it also supplied a small farm. So, chances are its gotten a little more use than your typical residential motor. The motor was still operating just fine, however the wet end was bad. My dad started the company 19 years ago using Franklin motors, and weve been completely exclusive to Franklin for pumps and motors for the past 3. Theyre the best, and they have an amazing service and support team. From my distributor, to the Franklin Territory Manager, and even the Field Service Engineer in the rare cases I have questions or challenges, they are always willing to help me out. Its nice to have a partner like Franklin. - Adam Meihls, Dan Meihls Well Drilling in Sterling, Michigan #OurCraftsmanshipYourCraft

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